BlMHaaWtr T.rrrr Tmur.
yfgH X. OBBKLY, Editor.
John'itiUy was ccktjratel with
miUIUlM aia a'avaaairaiina MMM v
the occasion was the delivery of nil orn
tlou by Ocn. N. P. Hanks of Mn'wicliu
The town of FalrlUUl, 111., U bcliifr
ravaged by the small ox, nml the town
council liave recommended a purely veg
etable diet Tor the people, and a thor
ough cleanliiB ol liottu.1, street", yards,
The citizens of Gmyvllle, In White
county, are prosecuting u vigorous March
lor coal. They have taken steps to pro
cure all the needed machinery for bor
ing etc., and every man Interested sees In
himself a future coal klntr.
The Smith Sisters ol Glastonbury, Con
necticut, have inglorlotisly iurrendered
and have paid all their back taxes. They
found fighting (or an Idea an cxitenslvn
- f!tnfnr,ainr succumbed before the battle
had made serious Inroads on ihclr prop
erty. TIIK BLACK HIM.
The late news from the Iliac!; Hill
namely : tliatold has km discover! In
paying quantities Is not received with
faith by the Interior Department at
Washington, and pains to discredit the
reports will lie taken, as it is feared that
the rush of miners to the Hill- mar
bring on n general Indian war.
An Omaha editor, named l(oewuter,
will start fur the Black HUN In a balloon
on the fourth of July, accompanied by
his wife and brother. Mr. itoewater
may start for the lllack ililk but he N
lust as likely to come down on the roofs
of St. Louis houses its to fall among Spot
ted Tail's braves In the lllack Hills.
Brigadier-General Smith Is the way he
writes his name now. A few months
ago, it was colored cadet Smith and he
was keeping' up a continual disturbance
umong hi, fellow-students at West Point.
He was removed to keep peace In the In
stitution and lias been appointed lnice
torof the militia of South Carolina n. a
salve lor his wounded feeliugs.
SfOT YET TALKED AltOI'l.
The Boston Journal says the next
Presidency can not be captured nor ar-ranged-ncither
cau it be bequeathed by
Gen. Grant, and that the Republican
candidate is not one of the men who
have been prominently talked about as
such. This sort of talk will be a damper
to the spirits of Blainn. ltrUtmv wii..
Logan, Morton, yiah,- mr iw.en orser
other prominent and talked-about-1!
A POIXT LACK Nil KOUIl
The wife of Senator Sharon, of Nevada,
died some six weeks ago. She was buried
lua satin dresK, with six point lace
flounces, and her cotlln was of solid sil
ver. The dress was on exhibition before
the Interment. Ol course the allair has
created an Immense sensation in leinale
society In Washington. The man who
would dress a dead wlfa so niagnlllccntly
It is supposed would not object to the
bills, however large, of a living one.
The widowed senator will be the lion In
Washington society next Winter.
HE WILL BE AX ACTKENN.
Anna Dickinson Is about to forsake
the forum for the stage. This determina
tion has not been greeted 'with any pre
diction by friendly critics that" MUs
Dickinson will succeed iu the uew calling
she has decided to adopt. Miss Dickin
son lms been one of the most. If not the
most successful of Hie female lecturers
who have appeared before the public in
the last ten years. But the qualities
which gave her success as a lecturer will
bejof little or no benelit to her as an
actress. Beauty she never had ; time has
robbed ber of her youth, and nothing
but the display of talent of a high order
w ill induce the public to pardon her for
being neither young nor beautiful.
The platform of the California Inde
pendents, adopted at their State coiivcn
Hon on June 23, through a very lengthy
document, deals almost exclusively with
the local aflulrg of the State. TIicmj up.
pear to bo In a bad way, under the eon
trol of, monopolists aud corruptloiilsts,
and badly iu need of the attention of the
honest reformers of the State. Tho rail
road and steamboat Interests are monopo
lies which need reconstruction the
Spring Valley Water company Is a corpo
ration which has obtained a practical mo
lioply tf all tle tKhh watcr wtlhi
ahuudred tniics of San Ffundaco, and
exacts from the Wmholders of that city
and vldnlty such exottrttant water rates
that the water tutd In famuli costs ,
a-thlrd as much as their bread does-tho
San Francisco Gas comiiy h alsoa
grinding monopoly which cli.tv,.,, t)iC
people of that city extravagant nnfr-qj,.
just prices for gas corruption and ex
travagance have crept Into all the depart
menu ofjstate, county and municipal gov
ernments, and all these wrongs are to bo
righted by tho victory of the Independent
party. Tho ticket put in nomination Is
headed by Gen. Uidwell for governor.
KfPMEX J r CATTLE TO LIVER.
TIms vast pralrica of Texas airord rich
pwturafe for the innumerable cattle that
,nmgt over then, aud millions of dollars
fcMjeheen rcallaed by the stook raisers or
Mm VWtern portion of the State. Yearly
lf irdi are gathered, aud either
drirMtoJhBsaa, or find their way to
mr RMriwta hf atcamboat and railroad
fiporUUoa. Sut recently a novel
(4 cattkwae made from the
gulf coast, one that. If a iicecs, will
mange, 10 a great extent, the trade I
incuovine siwles. The Iron stenmshli
unncstcrre entered tho cattle trade be
iwccn 'lexns and Liverpool, and lia
made the trip with over two hundred
head ol long-horns, hut with what sureo.s
has not yet liecn made public. Throiigl
the agency of n shrewd Eastern
man, an Kugllsli company, with sudlclent
capital, was formed, and the Klnneterre
engaged for that special service. She I
a double decker, the decks being divided
Into compartments or stall", each to con
tain otic animal. Broad holts are so nr
ranged as to go beneath the cattle, regit
lated by machine)', so that, at a given
signal, each minimal can b swung clear
of the deck. This belt will only be put
Into practical uc hi eac of severe storm
that often prevail on the boisterous At
laimc iturnig certain seaon or Hie year,
All the rich tock raisers in Wctern
lexns arc Interested in the trial trip ol
the Flnnesterre, feeling that It will open
upn protltable market at their very doors
as the cattle arc purchased on the home
ranges, thereby saving the raiser the ex
penscaud rlk of driving and shipping
Till: COLOR LIxiTlX PADl'fAII.
A correspondent ol the Puducah AVim,
signing hlui'elf "Democrat." and who
does not beliuvu thai ncgrwi f)iruM vofe
at primary elections, writes :
The negroes belong to the Kepiiblicai
iiany, mm mere mev OllglU to Slav. I
Democratic liartv Is a white tnnn'ruir
The color ol his skin (the iiclto's! ihh
tube evidence enougii to the ludges that
ne is not mi e.-iaou-iieii anil reeogned
Let none but whites and white- uhotu
political record, especially in contets
nueru party lines were ilniwn, prove
mem iu ue wi iiKH.'iaw, nave a ay so n
to who shall be our staiidaid-lR-.irers fur
ucprc.-ciiiativc ami .littler ol .McCr.ieken
J hats the way of showing Paducab
contempt fur the lilUentli aiiieiiilinent.-
Thcie's no way of preventing them from
voting, lint Kentucky Democrats of the
striMj of the .VrV eorn-ipondent show
that they know how to manage mi that
no nigger shall vote Hie Democratic
ticket. The color line, which Is growing
indistinct In Arkansas and other South
em SUtes, Is not to be marked out li
Kentucky for some time to come.
FROM CAIRO TO VM'KNHI'IIU
Vniong the railroad projects of the
period, that of building a line from Cairo
to Memphis Is one which has attracted
considerable attention, aud enerzetli'
souinern men, aware of the great benelit
such a road would bo to Memphis and all
of Western Tcnnes'ec, are working hard
to put life and purpose Into
the idea. The suggestion, made
i.. .1... . . . . .
in mu hui.i.i.ii.n jiui long since, mat n
river railroad from Cairo to Memphis
woiuu soive ine qucition ot the protec
tion ol me Mississippi bottom lands be
tween the two places the railroad em
bankment serving the purpose of a levee
met a favorable response hi Memphis
unu in icksDurg. The Htrald of the
latter city points out the nd vantages
. wlilchjvould accrue .to Jit. Louis, to Cairo
and to this whole section of country by
the extension of such a river road, which,
by milting at Vlcksburg with tho Vleks-
burg, Deer Creek and Memphis road
would stretch out its "Iron arms to the
sea by the w ay of the Mississippi Vulley,
Ship Island and Pensacola railroad. This
will furnish the great West a diieet.
short line, all rail connection with New
Orleans and Mississippi City, and ulti
mately with Pensacola. Our cot
ton, our wheat, our fruits, our
lumber, uud a vast supply of vegetables,
fully six weeks earlier than they can be
procured In the more rigorous climate of
the West, will all go to swell the tide of
their prosperity, and add to the sum total
of the comfort and happiness of a whole
people. With such advantage to lieckon
them on, It is no marvel that
the people of St. Louis aud Cairo are not
disposed to pause at Memphis, when bv
advancing their lines to Vlcksburg, they
have spread out before their wonderinir
eyes a vista of wealth and commercial!
prosierity, such as has rarely greeted thu
UilOIl or ivy iw.rnil,., uf uny urtol, or oi
The Memphis Appeal says of the pro
posed road from Cairo to Memphis and
Vlcksburg, that the question "Is at
tracting general attention from St. Louis
10 icKsuurg, ami is well calculated to
excite an Interest among capitalists who
wish to mako mi Investment lit a grand
sciieme, which would pay haud-oniely.
Thoentlrecoitof this road, from Cairo
to Vlcksburg, would not exceed six
millions of dollars, and might be
iiim.ii il-m, .urn us i nulling ex-
paiscs would be coinparathely light
It is a project too great In Its proportions
to lie undertaken by the jK-ople on the
line ol the road, but If men of capital,
sceklngaii investment, would undertake
It, they would doubtless receive consid
erable assistance from thu people who
would bc;.'o much benefitted. The
amount of laud that it would reclaim
would lie worth twice or three times as
lunch us the road would eo-t. iueludliiL'
III.AC'KWUUI for jr.vi:.
liUickKuod for .f line h;ut been nublished
by the Leonard Scott Publlshlne- com-
pany, II Ilarclay street, New York. U'c
append a brief sketch of Die contents:
"Thoughts about Urltlsh Workmen,
J'Ht and IWut," Is an article which
jwik back to the licglnnlng of the trou
mes i.twucn employers and emploves
and tract, ,ll(ilr ,,, Ukn ,
the course of thUritr,Mpc, t, the w riter
M.ggcststhat Iilckeu , , t"(
on the dllllc.ltius. lie y : "Vile ei
wlili.li has been produced U S0Ufr!ll
and inon determined attempt ou the pu'rl
of worklngmen to obtain supremacy
ovcr cuiployen,. 'Ji.eniani.tr hi which
Mr. Dickens J-ontrlbutwl lo this attempt
was by representing tho laborer gener
ally as meritorious and wronged-tho
employer generally as tyrannical and
Tho Dilemma, Part II." Then, u
rumor afloat that this Interesting tory,
which was commenced last month, is i.v
the author of "TheJJattlc ol Dorking."
Tliceenc Jsiald In India, and It seems
prooante that In subsequent chapters wi
sl.nll have Incident" connected with the
Sepoy Mutiny graphically narrated.
The second conversation "In a Studio.'
discusses poets of various ages and
conn trie", hut u devoted chiefly to
Shakepcare and ills plays, which an
quoted and eompaied with those ol
"Bits and Bearlng-n-liis" is the review
or.i work of that name by K. V. Flower,
on "the cruelty of bearing up a horse's
naAi.. ii i ....
-wi in .nay is n snarp criticism on
Hie Spring Exhibition of Picture at the
Itoyai Academy. Several ol the pictures
among them, air. Long's Babylonian
Manlage Market." which has been no
ticed Iu several of our newspapers an
described and approved of, but
the critic thinks that many of the ex
hlbltor" do not do themselves justice till
year. "r ranee and (icrinaii. a letter from
Pari', explain" the late "scare," the small
war cloud that has lately hoven d over
the continent, it Is a clear and compre
hensive article, which those who have an
Idea there has been somo trouble, but
don't know exactly what it was will do
well to read.
"Polar Exploration" Is one of the nu
merous papers called forth by tho recent
departure front England of an exicdl-
nun in searcn ol :iie .oiih Pole. It
speaks of former Arctic voyages, their
objects, and what they have accomplished;
describe the equipment and plans of the
pn-ent cXMdltlou, and hints at theaddl
lions It may make to scientific knowl
edge. it Is followed by an obituary on Adml-
nil Sberard O-borii, who was "employed
Willi the franklin Search Kvitidltlrm."
ind who ha- from time to time, for
many years, contributed interesting and
Instructive at tides to this inaga.iiie.
Hanking and Mr. Gosciien's Bill." an
irtlelc on Kiigli-h and Scotch banks and
banking operations, and the Imlev.
plcte Hie la-t number f the ewil. vol-
The M.MimIieas by the Ionard
Scott Publishing Co. (II Barclay Start.
X. V.Jare as folllows: The Lumlun (jurat
erly, Edinburgh, W'titmintkr, and Jtritish
ltitrterlii AVrKiM.and lilachcwl'a Maga
zine. I rice, M a year for any one, or
only $15 for all, and the ito-tagc l ire-
aiu by the publishers.
Tho Vftirol Jnlillee.
Aiisuita, (iu., Cm- CViurkr-lotiriml I
. . ... J
.1.- ,. . . '"to
I llUHie ice vei.'IIIS to .nilllmr III,,.,.
inc iTuuiii. jieori(i iroin everv eountv
in ueorgia am intii Carolina tell an
uinarj -nig i.we anout tne growing croiis
Thu yield ofgnilu will lie abi'olutelv ex-
mui iiiuv art! inn utifi i,vr liiih-,i
inionimary. i ins paragraph Is Import
ant Iu that every bushel ral-ed iu mar-
m:i worm is so much saved to the
uou nu-, mi miicn e:isli ou Iiaud to
ik: ucsuie i 10 iiiu development of Its un
ucvelotied wealth, in i
unu general advancement. .Most
bountiful ntlu-, have fallen within
me iat ten iinvs. rr.fr,.vi,ii,,r r,.r..t,
iiiki neiu. .-uiiiing a greener lute, a more
jeriru tinge. i.e- provisions have been
Imported lliau any year sine the war :
less will be next year lliau lias been this
paragraph I read the other day : -Two
lllliureil (in'CII-I. lie e;irs Unvo luu.n
. i . . . j
rackcu occau-e tli-y had no corn and
meat to haul from otit.slile Htnn-i im,,
Georgia." Kvery trij) of thos ears rep-
resented 4.")().00l) 111 l-:lll I.tUimi frnm 11,..
State ; If brought back ever, only after
uiu hi year-, ami alter tl nad lieeu
ginned through merchants, brokers, lac-
tow, Wall. street and liually paid back lor
uiuiii never illllll at least two vi-hm'
u aii'i iwo years' interest had bicn Inst
"ID V virtue of two certuln eiecutiona torm-ill-
j retieii uy ine rierk nrtlie circuit court ol
Aiexanuer county. In the State of
iniiuii, oun in luvor ot Jounir llrnth.
v. iiiiiiiuuy. unu me OWier In (j.
or of Alfred n. .sanonl, ataixneeur Alexander
lue levied UKin the lollouinir (Je.-crlU-l lirc'in-
1 III. 1M1II1 lLirilinHI .Illllll II llrmvii I
,ir , '"ntyor AlexamUr and Stale of
iiimiuii. iii-,ii; inennrinwesi quarter or tlm
iiorthMe.t quarter (.reertlon tlx (t.j, m towimhlp
Jljleen 110) south, ami in mne one west of the
thinl princliial meridian; the northwest ouartir
'''lie wiulfiwent quarter of k cllon thirty-one
"' "V','l eo"'"' nd In rane
went of the llllnl nrlnc nol iiierl(llmi!ilu i,ni,
raitiiiarlerofthc soiitheiwt quarterof section
.r), in lowuouip iineen (ill nouth,
il Iu ranee two IJ1 u-eMt nr th thii kri..t....l
merjilan; lot imnilntUne(l)ioihe(.',) 'butlitn-
iusie in Olrick tinmli-,) ,m in it
1 two (il and Hire,. Cll. In ,l,k .,,,,..1,-.
numliered one (l) to live (:.), Iioth In-
. . ill . ""uireii lour li),loi num
erelone (l)to Meii (TKbotli YncliulTe In
' number seven (71, lot nuuiheml one (l)
l Keien (71 ImiIIi Irielii.l.A I.. l.l..Al. M..Mi.A..l
V'USiC' 'i'0 ''nitristtHo U), three (3) swl
: , nuinmren me (0), lots num-
'..'.'V1 " .' fr (), live (.w. six (i) andwen
.iiii oiocK luiiiiwrnj fclx ') In the town of
k. L'7 ni i m coiiniy oi Alexander and
ii n. 1 V.". T. 1 zP "le d John
II. IlroWn. Which I all. .iflV.r nl II.. ..I ... I
tho Houtliucat door of the court house In the cltv
Vii'r0' ' ieco,,,n,J' of Alexander and State of
VJ.: i . " ''eiiiii av oi .luiy.A.U
IS71. lietweeu the hour nf nli, ..m,.-' .. Ji;
aiid.iinwtorsaidiluv, forca.h, to MtUfysaiii
.... ..i.r.A ii unj.
Cairo, HUiiola, June '.-ith, 173,
Silver Gloss Starch, i
rr tixo ZiAundry,
T. KINGSFORD & SON,
The Beat Starch In the World.
(il VKS IIKAUTlr-L'I. rl.NIn TOTIIF. I ivi v
and the difference In coil Iwtween It and com-
IV'"..Iflr,,, ' "?r''15' ,u,lf cent forinord in.
ary wihIiImr Asl yourKroctr for It
Oswego Corn Starch,
In Hie nrliilii.il-K.iuilill.lie.1 In
".T.V' !l'J""'" I'l ltlllt. hinuN'd.
r.n anu JIUUi; IIKI.U.A TK llimimiy oilier
nilklenf Ihukind nlTcre.1, ellher of Hie
aiiie nainu or Willi oilier tlllen,
.?'" .MACAKAM, I'll II., Ac . thclilah
I clie iilral authority ori:iir..., .arefiilly una- TVUKIIKAS, on the day of May, A. J),
. . fi.,, ..I iC!" "r"!'.".1'"' '."'J1 ""J" ". 18 " ""' ' .. ,h0 ' 1 ' 'iiderwi llera Wrecking Com
n J r.;il.l.tlc.,!fU 1 I", "'ili and li- l"'y' Illt-I a liliei in the Dl.lrlct Court of ti e
,.i 1 " 1 '"' ,l"i io in iiettanow
lllnclloiu for niaklnit IMddlnsi, Cu.tardu,
n , aiw)iin,ui,y ou h one ouud wctnge.
'TMrne by all riral-rlnoa drorrra.
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loaMil.Mc,TlH, Iwrn amoOmavil Kookj.
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(iirft Mumlj)) Iu the Itullelin llitrMlotf, c
UiT WittilUgton mnuciiliil Twelfth Urrl
Tick IIili.ktiv i fcrvol to city tuLtrribm ij
filtlinit rarrirn t Twntj-Kie CVnH a Yti.
partible weekly My Mull, (In .Jtnn-) , tlOprr
aunumi tlx Inuntlsi, 0 tiirte inontljn, one
mutitli, II ii.
THE WEEKLY BULLETIN.
I'litjllslir,! TCrj Tliurilay raamln(l tl 25
lr anuum, Invatl.My In u lraure, Hie pottage
ou Uif WWkly I preintil it tliU otUiv, to
thit miliscrllirn vr I otitnin lur inWriutlon
rice of tl n year.
UmlntM Cwli, prsnnum,...; 3a PO
On squire, one tutrtlon 1 oo
One squirt, two Inttrtlons 1 W
On tquiir, one wk 2 iu
One squire, two weeks 3 so
One quirt, turec weeki,. 4 00
Out squre, one month M 3 ou
One squire, one insertion mt UO
Kich siili-H-riirii hiertlon yi
tj0ne Indi ii a fianrr.
:3T nifnUr 1-lverllvr we nfle r rlnr In
ilii'iincnts l"Ui s to rt ol rlnri; nn.l rnan
nr of displaying their Uxmt.
CJ-.VotK-es In local eoliimn luseiti-l fur KIT-
teen Cents er line fyr one Iniertlon, Twtnty
Cents a line for two lnterlloun, Twenly-Kh
LVnH a line fur three In.ertioni, Tlilrty-rh
CeuU a Hue fur one week, nl Seventy-Kli
CenMi line forone ruontli,
Communlcatlona upon aubJecU of en
I eral lntereat to tho public aoliolted.
K".MI letters slionM Ije a'Irtrcieil lo
JOHN It. OIlEIII.y,
1're.ililcnt liilro Ilolletin Company.
The People's Bemody.
Tho Universal Pain Extractor,
Note: Aak for Pond'a Extraot.
Take no other.
'Hear- Tor 1 will Mak of excellent thlna-
I nj ii rlrn to iUn or lleaan
... rills, limine.
.tlmlim, wpralns, Contu-
rriirlurex, tutu, Lar'era-
"""" i.iiiik-m, or
.. "i"""iaoi jiiooti
Sone Blefd.and lllewl
Inir Hum, or teeth.
l "o tull itiaf or Blood and
I 11U M1V iji.enr,a
.MM II eedlns Piles
llllnd I-lle. m.,F,iiii. i
Tool Iiiii he, Karache.Neu-
TS V f n 11 iim aeneu race.
U X 11 Jl. X iic s wclllnjj or Soreness.
niiuiiev or .-oreness,
I Lumhairo. f,,Ti. n.v
iKore Til rout orlJulnsv.
Wore or Inflamed Eyn or
Nore .Miiplrv, lunamed
ll'iiltifnl or too Profuse
Milk Orarian Dl-
ea(e and Tumiirii.
K r nrl r i 1 V !.. 'ei ami atruiiinm-
,1..In ml KxcirU
vanroae Vein. Kn-
, larKeilorlnflaraeil Veins.
L'lcem. OM fjores, Inter
Holla, Carbuncles, Tu-
rWPX'lJWT .-,""'" kwelllnjts
IVt IXittil AL furiiH and llunlons. Cbaf.
el or Sore l'-t .
haHnKNilIarnets or Sad
felon or Whitlow, Frost-
el I.lmbs or I'urts.
Hiqnllo Ultra. lucC
SllnKi, Clu.i)i Huiidi.
I'ONiraj KXTRArr Is forsalchyall I'lrwt
a am itrUKKlat. and recomrneailcd by
H1I IinTVtrlaT h1'U s.l .....I ...
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FLOORING, SIDINO, LATH, &o
Mill ud Yard,
Jorner Thirty-Fourth itreet and
Kotlu in Bankruptcy,
tale of America. J
Southern l)lrlct of Illinois
1 Miltej. f,ir lUn Hr,tttt llftavlet i.t nil
ine--uei narge oi ine tieainer
heyitune" (iraylng that the aama may U con
demned for ri-anin and raue in Bald 1IU1 nien
Itonedi And whireuj, by Tirtueof uroiHii in
ine form of law, to me directed, returnable on
the Hrst Atnntlftv In .InU'nivw, iti.i.uitki ........
and taken the ald "Kiiel barge of steamer ICey.
utona" and have the Mine in my ciutody.
,h. irf. Dw"'3p '?.n' 'ta Dlstr ct Court of
' Unl e.1 Matct will he held at I ha Unite.1
V?rt l,,0"!n ln " t bnrlngneid.on
the nrt Monday In July next.for the trial ol the
aid premlsea, and the owner or owners, and all
Htsoih who have or claim any interest therein,
are hereby clli-d to be and apar at the time an J
place aforesaid, to show caw, if any thyhie,
tf IV ft flbrru aihf.nl.l t , . .1 I l a
wliii .h. ,,yer or .m"
htirlntrtM fiiu' ....... i.t
WM. T. BEERWAKT,
Tin, Sheot-Iron and Copper Ware.
GUTTERING AND HOOFING,
STEMBOAT AND JOB WORK
PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO
No. 27 EIGHTH STREET,
Bet. Commercial and Waahlnaton Avea.
Rofrigcmtora, Water Coolers, Ico
cfai..Fr.oczorB' Window Sorcon
WirO Cloth. Bird Cnirna Mn.i Tint..
kets, Toilet Sots, Pishing Tackle,
jjiimps, uii, unimnoys. Also Mo
lino Flows and a general stock of
In emmet-linn Althilt i.K.. i v...
'ifV i'S.V"".1'' ani1 aln I'lejiand to itnalUiiid.
of Job Work onth'irt nulicr
I keep con.l.inili nn lund a l.ir'e Tarlel) of
Cooking Stoves, Tinware, Build
Wholesale and Rotail.
-oleaKcul fiirllie cclclmited
.fir'-'?'.1 '' f mliie Muir .urclialn, a
rill not ! undernold.
ui corner I'.'tli nnd f'oin. A v.. 4'AIK((
KKAI. F.STATK AUKT. "
OHN a. HARMAN &
iuaywuigiM, ROTABIEt PUBLIC
UalASn!S of the JH'nola Central aad
..uM.uu iiu tuuacy it. it.
North Cor. Sixth ud Ohio Lavae,
m. J iiuwi i:r.
LYNCH & HOWLEY.
ollectors and Conveyancers.
OFFICE At the. Court Houae
JOHN P. HELY & CO.,
Collectors and Conveyancers,
Land Survoying and Civil En
ginooring. OFFICE-In Winter'. Block.Corner Com
merdal Avenue and Seventh 8treet,
We w-York Store
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
IN THE CITY.
Goods Sold Very Close.
St. lad Commercial Av
0. 0. PATIER & 00.
THE NEW LOW
Great Durability with Handsome Designs, and Giving PER
FECT SATISFACTION Everywhere.
MADE ONLY BY
Excelsior Manufacturing Comp'y
' ' ismm oiniiti', ar. IjOUIS, MO.
AND SOLD EXCLUSIVELY BY
C. W.HENDERSON, Cairo, IlUnoia.
URGE STOCK OF DRY GOODS
OJereil for ?le M
Craat Rduotion in FrioM,
Pri"ts, Bleached Muslins,
Table Linons, Percales,
LARGE STOCK OF DRESS GOODS,
Japanese Silks. Silk Poplins,
Corner Eighth. st.ad Commaroial Avo
PAINT AND OIL DEALERS.
JOBBERS AND RETAILERS Ox'
WK aollclt corre-i-indence and onlem from Dnujt 4 I'l.v
OI fflKill. In nlir II. .m .Hml... ... . . . . ' "
fllle.1 will. i L.n ."""ain
.i iruuunioe rau-,
WHOLESALE ot RETAIL
74 Ofalo Levee.
a M HHMaMMMMbMPMaM
F. M. STOG1KFLETH,
Importer and Wholesale Dealer in
FORBIGrN AJSTT DOMBSTIO
Wines and Liquors.
62 OHIO LEVEE - - CAIRO, ILL.
Koeps a AiU stook of
Monongahela, Rye and Robinson County
FRENCH BRANDIES, HOLLAND GIN,
KELLY ISLMI) AND CALIFORNIA WINES.
ABEVmO.MV IN PRICK.
QUICK AND UNIFORM
COLLIER WHITE LEAD.
ETC., El C.
ilcijiu and (ieoeml Hum in mn
i. ..I raiiun
y -MidlrluK (ut, fumlilieil or.
RETAIL & PRESCRIPTIONS
'.Vaahlnirton Av Cor. 8th St.
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